"The members [Millennials] perceived tendency for delaying some rites of passage into adulthood for longer periods than most generations before them. These labels were also a reference to a trend toward members living with their parents for longer periods than previous generations"
-American sociologist Kathleen Shaputis
Research of out John’s Hopkins reported that 57% of babies born to millennials were out of wedlock, and of those, 67% have some college education, and 32% have four or more years of higher education. (Johnson, 2016). This generation accounted for 80% of the 4 million annual U.S. births in 2012, and is only expecting to grow. (Fromm, 2012).
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